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with this. for a while now here on "hardball," i've spoken of joe biden actually challenging hillary clinton for president next year when they both have to decide. well, today we learned in a big front cover article for politico magazine that biden is now blowing his own cover, showing his true 2016 ambitions. he makes unforgettably clear that he wants to run. believes he would be as good a president as the recent secretary of state. more important, he says he wants the presidency more than secretary clinton does. that, biden says, the vital difference between he and hillary clinton. he loves politics, loves the presidency, and she doesn't love either anywhere as much as he does. actually, does anybody? one thing he clearly loves is sitting down face-to-face, biden does, with world leaders. who wouldn't? david cameron. angela merkel of germany and all the other world leaders. why shouldn't he be considered as obama's successor, he is asking? why should hillary clinton get first dibs when he has the edge and years of service, high level meetings with world leaders, the works? tonight we out t
the clinton presidential library will begin to release 33,000 pages of records that were withheld until last year because of legal provisions. the records are expected to include memos to then president bill clinton from his advisers and perhaps memos from the first lady's office. what will these papers tell us as hillary clinton decides whether or not to run in 2016? joining me now, chris sill list saturd za and susan page, washington bureau chief for usa today. chris, let me start with you. >> sure. >> what don't we know about the clintons that the papers might reveal? >> i feel we don't know what we might know. one thing that's important is to put this in context. we recently had the release of lots of documents rerelated to a close investigation with scott walker in wisconsin. we had a lot of documents and more documents released in addition to chris christie's administration, closing of some lanes in ft. lee, new jersey, these are not documents related to a specific event. these are documents from the years that the clintons were in the white house. that doesn't -- what we don't know is
for your time. >> thank you. >>> coming up, just between clintons. thousands of newly released bill and hillary e-mails help or hippedary possible clinton presidency, part two? that's just ahead. >>> but first, three countries freeze the bank accounts of deposed ukrainian president, victorian nah cove vich while two armed men seize two airports in crimea. we will have the latest on the situation in the ukraine, next on "now." ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> the complicated and bloody past of the ukrainian region of crimea is returning to the president -- present. armed militants have occupied two airports in the region. members of the ukraine's new government say the men were troops deployed from russia but the kremlin is denying those claims. this back and forth comes one day after russian president, vladimir putin, ordered a surprise military exercise on the bored other of ukraine with 150,000 russian troops. the russian flag was planted on top of crimea's parliament building. militants took control of government buildings there and pro-russian demonstrators filled the streets. earlier today in h
force. >> that's what hillary clinton did. >> yeah. >> right. >> but that was a theoretical example. >> -- mrs. clinton. >> a lot of people feel that might have been part of her calculation is that she wanted to look tough and needed to look tough because people sometimes there are some people out there would wonder is a woman going to be comfortable using military force? i think it's a silly thing to worry about because we have seen strong woman leaders but some people think that. >> not that many. there haven't been that many strong women leaders throughout history. we have gold myer. thatmargaret thatcher. both of women on the senate and congress level. you know, but when you are president of the united states you have got it deal with people like putin, kate, you have got to deal with more ornery, mullahs in iran. they think they are like subspecies. >> how is obama doing with that these tough guys? i am saying he is having much harder time than strong women would have. obama is bending over backwards to be gracious and work with these people and roughing rough shot over him. >>
clinton. >> it makes a big difference who wins this election. >> and when pressed yesterday on why the current president is not out there helping vulnerable senate democrats, even harry reid suggested the former president may be a better asset. >> we do have one president who has been going everyplace, and that's clinton. >> today, senate democrats launched a major counteroffensive on health care. >> despite all that good news, there's plenty of horror stories untold. all of them untrue. >> john thune fired back, reid owes americans all across the country an apology for suggesting they're lying. >> we have been on the floor reading constituent mail in our offices from families and individuals who have been adversery affected and harmed by obamacare because of cancelled coverages and higher premiums and higher deductibles. >> by the end of the day, reid was back pedaling a bit on the claim all health care horror stories are not true, but doubling down in another way by charging the conservative koch brothers are, quote, un-american. >> i can't say that every one of the koch brothers
a problem for hillary clinton if she decides to run for president in 2016. explain the connection there. >> willie, senator clinton, secretary clinton was the face of the reset. you guys will remember. we saw this on "morning joe" back in 2009 in her second month in office. she was in moscow at one of her first trips and she presented the russian foreign minister with an actual gift wrapped red reset button. this is just an example as maggie haberman points out. she has to answer questions about the health care and economy and about the nsa. secretary clinton has been so quiet. her advisers think, oh, she doesn't have to jump out and make a statement about everything. but, willie, as we can see here on the show, this is no passing issue. her book is out soon and she will be doing some midterm campaigning. so politico sees increasing pressure on secretary clinton to talk about some of these issues. some people will say she is a little bit out of the loop on some of these decisions. it's not going a defense she is going to use. her plan is to stick with president obama, but it makes it ha
? then don't invite hillary rodham clinton. >> or how about invite both and have a great discussion. >> vladimir putin within the last hour concluded a news conference. he said what was going on in ukraine was an unconstitutional coup so russia has every right. >> it was a situation in which there was a legitimate exercise of popular will. it was obvious from what you saw with a man who has been a dictator. yurshenko has been everything putin has been in russia, maybe worse as a dictator. i think the president should stop playing hamlet and figure out what the heck he's going to do and do it. the longer you wait to do something, the less impact it has. first thing he should do is reset the reset. how about we -- >> that worked so great the first time. >> we gave up the nuclear defense of poland and the czech republic which i have been against, many people did the moment he did, predicted something like this would happen. maybe what he should do is once again reenter those treaties. why don't we have a treaty with poland and the czech republic to protect them against possible aggress
clinton said there are problems that need to be fixed with this. on top of that, the worst thing he said in the middle of the surge, everybody knows the war is lost. he never paid the price for that. he won reelection after that. >> he is going to be the party of truth, in the lack of expediting when it comes to finding the truth when it comes to benghazi, i.r.s., as you mentioned. we're going to have issues here. twitter last night, my ipad was dancing on my counter with the reaction to his comments and the stories that are real speak truth. >> you've got to turn that vibrate setting off. >> he's the guy to tell you how. >> tech master. >> go to facebook and twitter this morning. you can weigh in on that and more. first let's go to heather. >> got tough questions for you today before you go. we're getting a list. good morning to you all. hope you're off to a great day. we've got breaking news. flight attendants freaking out when their plane starts filling up with smoke. take a look at this. >> we cannot breathe back here. go! >> boy, that delta flight just landed in oakland, california,
in at number five, hillary clinton at number six. michelle obama scored particularly high in the categories of being her own woman and value to the president. and when you say value to the president, one thing that strikes me is there's sort of a synergy between her let's move campaign and the idea of promoting health with the signature achievement of the obama presidency, which is health care reform. and maybe it's a reference to something else, was that's what i read in "value to the president." >> it's certainly an interesting list, but michelle obama certainly strikes a balance here. the balance is being her own woman and then living in the shadow of what was the hillary clinton era as first lady, where she was part and parcel being the legislating partner of that president. she was -- it was a two-for-one deal and the american public really fully embraced that embodiment of two for one. michelle obama has been really the antigen sis of that. she is a bit more activist in some ways, but in some ways, she's a bit more withdrawn. she's sort of being the woman that she, i think, really wan
, the future of business is here at the young presidents organization. president bill clinton about to address the crowd, moments ago. last night i got a special chance to speak with magic johnson about his incredible road to business success. i started with a question about about honor from cnbc. he was surprised. >> you know, magic, i don't know whether you knew this but cnbc is putting together the 25 most influential business people of the past 25 years for our 25th anniversa anniversary. a list of 200. you were on it. >> oh, wow. >> we just cut to the final 100. you were on it. >> man. >> david stern got cut. what do you think? >> wow. >> is that a good call? >> well -- i love what david did for the nba. no question. he actually turned the whole league around, and i wouldn't say that it was a good cut. i love david. i wouldn't have had the platform that i did without him. i think he understood larry and i had just came in to the league to shine light on the celtics and lakers, when larry came in, took us to another level. when i was on my rookie -- my rookie season, when i was in the fina
a member of the g-8 since the days when yeltsin and bill clinton were first negotiating that entrance. that is not just canceling a g-8 meeting. what he was talking about was kicking russia out of the g-8 because it's not a democracy if it invades another country. >> well, there's a number of problems with that. first of all, there are some reports the europeans as are often the case may not be as willing to be as hard line on these things as the united states is and keeping that economic coalition together will be a challenge. second, we know putin has a lot of give and leeway in the short term. anybody can spend that much on the olympics has access to the ability to paper over any short term economic hit he takes. and third, of course, the guy plays to nationalism, by kicking him out of the g-9 or putting economic limits on travel and banking and other things, the more he's going to initially feel like that's an advantage for him to rally support. long-term those things are effective. short term they may make him think twice but i don't think they change his behavior which is more a
>>> hillary clinton once again making the rounds on the speaking circuit. this is new, but she did not reveal her future plans. that's not stopping some from trying to pin her down. >> can you give us some insight into how the tv bio looks like? >> well, i would really like to, but i have no characters left. >> twitter jokes on the rep side. chris christie and mitt romney reunite to raise money for the republican party. that comes as the new jersey governor tries to move further away from bridge-gate. >> we're going through internal investigation. all of this stuff will come out open an appropriate period of time. i'm not going to give into the hysteria of questions. >>> texas is on cruise control. >> there you heard it. her campaign slogan slams texas senator cruz, but are the voters fed up enough to go blue? good morning, i am ari melbourne in for chris jansing. >>> governor jan brewer with the stroke of a pen stopped sb-1062. it would have allowed businesses to sdrim -- she finally vetoed the bill. >> i have not heard of one example in arizona where business owners' religious li
and resources to get the job done. >>> among the thousands of documents that were released from the clinton library this week were memos to the president. it was a little gem from my time working for then first lady hillary clinton. remember, this was the mid 90s. as my then boss wrote in a memo about the first lady's press strategy, quote, as karen has said, internet has become a very popular mode of communication. hillary could speak to young women through internet. i think women would have fun would this and would not be too difficult to organize. that's right, even back in the dial-up days, i knew we were on to something with this internet. coming up, sacrifice zones. not just a cold war era term anymore. i'll explore coming up. >> a lot of the kids cannot play outside because of respiratory program. they'll play outside for a little while and their mothers will notice their eyes starting to swell. these are the kind of things we have to deal with. [ male announcer ] they say he was born to help people clean. but there are some places even mr. clean doesn't want to lug a whole bunch of
was the posture that president obama and then secretary clinton, the former secretary of state, presented to the world, which i think a lot of critics have said wasn't really an actual foreign policy so much as a suggestion to the global community that, hey, we're not our predecessors anymore. and that played well here in the united states. i think that was resonant for a lot of americans who were tired of war after many years of warfare post 9/11. that's good political politics, or political discussions here in the u.s. >> hold on for a minute, guy. we're going to go to the president speaking about ukraine. >> what leverage do you believe you have over president putin at this point, and is the u.s. concern primarily about getting russian forces out of crimea, or are you also concerned about russian forces moving into parts of eastern ukraine? >> all of the above. i spent the weekend talking to leaders across europe, and i think the world is largely united in recognizing that the steps russia has taken are a violation of ukraine's sovereignty, ukraine's territorial integrity, that they're
of ten democrats wants hillary clinton to run for president in 2016. >> i'm not going to give into the hysteria of questions. >> the same poll shows 10 out of 10 democrats to run against her. >> with a stroke of the pen, jan brewer stopped short. >> it is properly worded and result in unintended and negative consequences. >> i didn't come here to make friends. >> the tea party movement is an intellectual movement. >> i came to save this republic -- >> overknight armed men seized control of two government buildings as putin announces he's sending troops near ukraine's border. >> there's talk that ukraine could be split into two separate countries which explains the new name. two cranes. >> we begin today breaking news where eric holder is now hospitalized. he was taken to the hospital after experiencing shortness of breath. nbc news justice correspondent pete williams is joining me from washington. i'm a big fan of your work. what have you learned. >> justice department officials are being relatively upbeat about this. we heard within the lasts hour he was joking with the param
a huge supporter of charter schools over the years starting with bill clinton, currently president obama is a huge supporter. the governor of the state of new york, governor cuomo is also a huge supporter. he's defying the leadership of his own party by taking this harsh stance. >> the charter school movement is spreading nationwide, is it not? >> it is. we now have charter schools in over 42 states and washington, d.c., serving a little over 2 1/2 million students every day. it's been around now for to 26 years. you're not talking about an experiment, you're talking about an established movement and sector that's very much alive and well. what's interesting about new york city aside from success academies is the growth and the success of the new york city charter school system. you have a good portion of these schools, whereas the schools are only about 6% of the entire population of the city, you are producing some of the best results in the entire nation. studies done by stanford university, by harvard university have consistently shown students in these charter schools are knock it o
clinton in this? they are saying she is going to hear about the groundwork laid for putin to do whatever we wants. she will have to answer for that and benghazi. >> i am not sure benghazi is a big as deal as some people do. russia has done a lot with us on terrorism. they have terrorist there and they have been working with us for long time and on trade and other issues. and the extent to which we had nuclear talks and progress has been significant. putin is an old kgb guy who wants the soviet union back. georgia and ukraine are the biggest part. i don't think he is going to leave the crimea and the people wouldn't want to leave. >> i think you remember whether all of the satellite countries broke away and the work by thatcher, reagan and the pope. this is an incredible thing to think they are putting it back together. >> are they going to is the question. we don't have treaty agreements. the idea war is off the table is a mistake, not because of the crimea. but if russia decides to expand and re-create the old soviet union. that would be unacceptable to the west and then you would have
altman, former deputy secretary under president bill clinton, and he is also the founder of evercore partners. also with us is republican senator ron johnson of wisconsin who served on the budget committee and the homeland security committee. roger, let's start with you. from secretary of state john kerry. does he have the firepower to follow through? >> this will take a while to play out. let's put it in perspective. theimir putin's move into ukraine is a move out of weakness, not strength. russia had reached an agreement with the ukrainian leadership on package, orn rescue the ukraine would reduce its commitment to the eu, aligned with russia, and in effect we protectorate,'s so to speak. >> and alliance. >> that is what we were three months ago. 10, the government is overthrown -- then, the government is overthrown, a form of democracy breaks out, and russia is on it's heels. >> do you think it is a desperate move? >> i do not know about desperate, but it is born out of weakness. i think vladimir putin has made it clear he does not want to move into the western part of the country
county made that ruling yesterday in the bizarre case of mcclinton. investigators say mcclinton got into a heated argument with his wife while they were driving across the bridge last december. they say he then crashed into a guardrail, dragged his wife out of the car, and tried to throw her off the bridge. the chp says several drivers stopped and jumped out of their cars to rescue the woman. >>> 8:08. happening today -- a toll hike on the golden gate bridge seems almost a done deal. this morning, the bridge district board will vote on a plan to raise the toll to $7 starting in april. after that, the toll will slowly go up to $8 over the next four years. the bridge district says they need that money to close a growing deficit. now, the hikes are gonna be incremental. it will be in april of this year, the toll would go to $7. two years later in 2016, it would be 7.25. then the next year, 7.50. and finally, $8 in 2018. for drivers who have fastrack, the one-dollar discount, that will stay in connect for each of the toll hikes. >>> it's 8:09. a deadly crash in an east bay city early th
learn? >> yeah, kelly, interesting conversation i had with sylvia burwell who spent time in the clinton treasury, the clinton white house, went to the bill and melinda gates foundation, and then came right back here. this is her first budget. we began by talking about the major policy thrust inside this budget. >> what we believe is in order to get the economy growing at the maximum that we can, we need to put in place certain policies. whether that's doing things like focusing on the long-term unemployed, which are efforts that can help with our growth rates in the year, or doing things like immigration which we all know will contribute to economic growth, or doing things like corporate tax reform which we believe by broadening the base and lowering the rates you can help focus on economic growth. >> it didn't seem like it took very long until republicans started tweeting out that this is dead on arrival. i know you worked on this for a long time. does it feel like this thing is dead on arrival. you do all this work and it's like handing in a paper and your professor says you failed al
if he runs for president in 2016. there is still an open question to whether hillary clinton runs. if she doesn't, this guy becomes the odds on favorite and these guys provide the names, connections, background, to help him run for president. there is two ways to look at it, to be duped or getting kick back s from the white house if he gets in. >> it's like saying, what's the difference between a communist and a socialist? in the ends, not much difference. >> a lot of your money ends up in someone else's pockets. thanks so much. >> you bet. >>> 19 minutes after the hour. next up, abortion and prostitution being taught to high schoolers? is this the new textbook? why parents say this is crossing the line. we hear from one mom coming up. and don't believe in climate change? better switch to samsung. why apple's ceo says he doesn't want your business. >>> now some quick headlines. a missing skier is found alive in colorado after being lost in a remote wilderness for two days. crews say alex mcguiness accidentsally ended up in an out of bounds area and couldn't find his way back. crew
families in american politics. the bushes, the kennedys, and the clintons. someone thought was she saying jeb shouldn't run for president? i had to ask her a little bit about jeb. she's very clear about where she stands on him running. listen. >> i don't know if you read "the new york times," but "new york times" maureen dowd had a column and the headlines was "brace yourself for hillary and jeb." >> i did see that and i thought anything to make news. >> is it okay with you if he ran? >> it has nothing to do with me. it just seems to me ridiculous in a country this size that we didn't have other families. i mean, we've got great governors, other people. i just don't understand it. and maybe jeb's given all he should give. because he worked awfully hard for a long time. but he is the best qualified person in the country; there is no question about that. put me down as saying that. >> so i've got a feeling if he runs, you would vote for him? >> of course i would. >> just checking. >> in the primary and the general, she went on to say. >> wise perspective there. >> really. she also said she
from moscow. >>> you saw maureen dowd over the weekend, bush versus clinton, saying that that's going to happen. years from now, it could still be another bush. george p. bush won in texas. >> he did. >> good for texas. he's a guest host that comes on. we need him to come now. he won. >>> coming up, more from honeywe honeywell, chairman and ceo dave cody, who looks really happy, right? >> i generally am. >> today is a good day. >> right. >> and later, a rare interview with glenn dubin. he'll talk markets, the economy and how he's helping the fight, fund the fight against breast cancer. first, find out why facebook is bankrolling a full-time beat cop. that story next. ♪ geico motorcycle. see how much you could save. [ girl ] my mom, she makes underwater fans that are powered by the moon. ♪ she can print amazing things, right from her computer. [ whirring ] [ train whistle blows ] she makes trains that are friends with trees. ♪ my mom works at ge. ♪ became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they emb
clinton had made statements urging passage of a hate crime bill that was stalled in congress. let me just say a tiny bit about the context. the attack on matthew shepard happened just four months after the dragging death of james bird junior in jasper texas so there was a hate crime bill that was stalled in congress at the time this attack on matthew happened here in laramie. i will go back to my arrival here. i arrived in the courthouse and asked to look at documents and you know reams of paper and egg files came out and i started to go through those records and take notes during this first trip. i was fortunate that day cal rerucha was walking around the county attorney's office and i had recognized him because i had seen them in the news stories and i just approached them and i said would you talk with me for a few minutes about the case? he agreed and i went into his office and we spoke that first day for about 45 minutes. it was very clear that he was sizing up my intentions not just them but in the months that followed. he told me he wanted nothing to do with anything that would inf
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